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24 April 2015 - Ballast postpones results amid financing talks

Dutch contractor Ballast Nedam has delayed the publication of its 2014 annual results as talks continue over the company’s financing arrangements. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Infra investment ‘driving Africa’

Infrastructure investment is a key factor in the continued growth in the overall African economy, according to research by the World Bank. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Germany seeks new investment options

A government-convened panel focused on increasing infrastructure investment in Germany has published its report, highlighting new ways in which the private sector could be enticed into the market. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Planners reject North Wales waste PPP

The £800m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project has been thrown into doubt after the local council’s planning committee voted against the plans – despite the scheme being recommended by officials. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Slovakia mulls prison PPP

The Slovakia government is considering using PPP to address overcrowding in the country's prisons. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Indian metro gets PPP recommendation

The planned Light Metro project for the cities of Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode in India is likely to be delivered through PPP. Read more...

23 April 2015 - PIP adds schools scheme

The Pension Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has acquired a 50% equity stake in the operational Fife Schools PFI deal. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Sweett to sell Asia business

Technical advisory Sweett Group is to seek a buyer for its Asia Pacific business as it looks to explore its core profit centres in Europe and North America. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Tanzania plans PPP centre

The Tanzanian government is considering establishing a central PPP unit to coordinate the country’s infrastructure projects. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Czech govt prepares 2 PPPs

The Czech Republic Transport Ministry is undertaking business case studies into two potential expressway PPPs. Read more...

22 April 2015 - PPPs ‘to boost Philippines economy’

PPP deals in the Philippines will improve the country’s economy by 8% per year if all schemes currently in the pipeline are fully implemented, it has been claimed. Read more...

22 April 2015 - UPP sees strong market conditions

University campus investor UPP Group has revealed strong results for the 12 months to 31 August 2014 and suggests market conditions in the sector remain strong. Read more...

22 April 2015 - Israel tenders road PPP

The Israeli government has issued a PPP tender for the design, finance, construction, operation and maintenance of a major motorway. Read more...

22 April 2015 - German police station PPP tendered

The State of Hesse is seeking a private partner to develop and operate a police station on a PPP basis. Read more...

22 April 2015 - EIB stimulus backs Irish health PPPs

14 Irish healthcare centres, Croatian airport expansion and industrial innovation in Italy among first beneficiaries of new fund Read more...

22 April 2015 - Bids due for Croatia school PPP

Bids for a Croatian school PPP are due next week – as preferred bidders for two hospital PPPs are expected in the fourth quarter of 2015. Read more...

22 April 2015 - Guam mulls hospital PPP

Authorities in Guam are considering upgrading the island's public hospital through a PPP deal. Read more...

21 April 2015 - Leighton shareholders back name change

Annual results reveal rise in profits; John Holland sale completed Read more...

21 April 2015 - SNP targets infra investment

The Scottish National Party (SNP) has focused on investing in infrastructure as a key part of its election manifesto. Read more...

21 April 2015 - EIB opens new DC office

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has opened a permanent office in Washington, DC, its first permanent presence in North America. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

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